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By Dronacharya IAS
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Introduction
  • Cracking the most formidable examination in the
    country requires systematic planning followed by
    a disciplined regime. Most of the successful
    aspirants have required 3-4 attempts to clear
    this Titanic exam. Most of the future IAS
    aspirants are curious to know the answers to the
    following questions
  • What is IAS Exam and if he/she is a prospective
    Candidate?
  • What is the exam pattern and how is it
    evaluated?
  • What are the careers post my selection to the
    civil services exam?
  • Where can I get study material for the UPSC
    coaching?

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UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) India's
entrusted agency holds the responsibility of
conduction of the Civil Services Examination
(CSE).It intends to recruit candidates to top
government services like IAS(Indian
Administrative Services), IPS(Indian Police
Services, and IFS(Indian foreign Services)
besides others
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ELIGIBILITY FOR THE UPSC EXAM

Educational Qualification Candidate applying for
the Civil Services 2019 exam is required to
fulfil the following criteria Candidate must
hold a Bachelor's Degree from any of the
recognized universities Candidates who have
appeared for the qualifying examination and are
awaiting results or those who are yet to appear
for the qualifying examination are also eligible
for the Preliminary Examination. Such candidates
have to produce proof of passing the said
examination along with the application for the
Main Examination Candidates with professional and
technical qualifications recognized by the
Government or its equivalent are also eligible to
apply Candidates who have passed the final year
of MBBS or any Medical Examination but are yet to
complete the internship can also appear for the
Main Examination. However, they must submit a
certificate from the concerned University that
they have passed the final professional medical
examination.
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ELIGIBILITY FOR THE UPSC EXAM

Age Limit A candidate should be minimum of 21
years and maximum 32 years old as on August 01,
2019. But he/she must have been born not earlier
than August 02, 1987 and not later than August
01, 1998.  Number of attempts Restriction on the
maximum number of attempts is effective since
1984 For General Candidates 7 attempts (Up to
32 Years) Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe
Candidates (SC/ST) No Limits (Up to 37 Years)
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 9 attempts (Up to
35 Years) Physically handicapped- 9 attempts
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PATTERN OF UPSC EXAM
  • The UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE) consists of 3
    stages which are
  • Preliminary Exam The pattern of the exam is
    objective type questionsIt consists of two
    papers,
  • Paper 1 deals with general studies and contains
    100 questions. Paper 2 is of aptitude test and
    contains 80 questions. Paper 2 is only of
    qualifying nature (67 marks for
    qualifying).Approximately 12 times the total
    number of vacancies qualify this exam to be
    eligible to appear in the next stage. Marks
    obtained in prelims are not counted for final
    merit.

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PATTERN OF UPSC EXAM
  1. Main Exam The Civil Services Mains examination
    aims to test the academic talent and the ability
    of the candidate to present the answers in a
    clear and coherent manner. The detailed
    Examination is targeted to access the overall
    understanding of the concepts and intellectual
    traits rather than merely checking their memory.
    The written examination consists of nine papers,
    two qualifying and seven rankings in nature. The
    range of questions may vary from just one mark to
    sixty marks, twenty words to 600 words answers.
  2. Interview The interview is personality based and
    candidates who pass qualifying papers are ranked
    according to marks and a selected number of
    candidates are called for an interview or a
    personality test at the Commission's discretion.

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How Should You Start IAS Preparation?

As a beginner following the below-given tips can
help you ace the ardent examination1. Do Smart
Work rather than Hard Work2. Single Tasking is
more Efficient than Multi-Tasking3.Agree to the
Just in Time Approach4.Test Yourself
Confidently5. Make Micro Notes6. For
Preliminary Exams, Invest on the Right Books7.
Follow Prelims Cum Mains approach8. Choose Best
Subject which you love most9. Dont put all eggs
in one basket10. Take care of your health with
healthy foods and yoga
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